Summit Entertainment has set the release date for the final installment of the Twilight movie franchise: November 18, 2011. While it’s not yet known if The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn will be one movie or two (I think two), director Bill Condon can now mark his calendar as that date is going to come up fast.
I think the reason why Summit hasn’t said anything about Breaking Dawn and the rumors it’s two movies is they’re currently negotiating with Kristen Stewart, Rob Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. The rumor is the cast signed for four films and if Breaking Dawn is a two-parter, that would be a fifth film. What that means is someone is going to get paid.
With a release date on the calender and a director hired, I’d imagine we’re going to hear something very soon. Until then…Twilight fans still have The Twilight Saga: Eclipse to look forward to next month.
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